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Maersk and MSC raise Oceania prices

The two largest container lines in the world, Maersk and MSC, have announced new rates to Australia and New Zealand destinations, which are expected to take effect in the next months.

Firstly the Danish carrier will apply a rate increase of US$200 / 20' ft equipment and US$400 / 40' ft equipment from the United States and Canada to Australia and New Zealand with an effective date of 1 October.

Earlier, on 11 September the 2M Alliance's partner of Maersk, MSC will apply the following updated prices from the ports of Antwerp and La Spezia to Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and Bluff.

All Prices are in US Dollars


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